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Leading EDA Companies Join New Arm Fast Models Enablement Program

ARM today announced at DAC, San Francisco, Calif., that CoWare, Mentor Graphics and Synopsys Inc. have joined the ARM Fast Models Enablement Program. Members of the Program are able to integrate fully validated Fast Models from ARM, for a range of ARM processors, into their virtual platform environments and deliver to their customers. This ensures that mutual customers can create complete ARM Powered virtual platforms using the design flow of their choice. By using virtual platforms built around ARM processor Fast Models, engineers can develop software well in advance of final hardware implementation, with application and driver software running at near to real-time system performance.
28th July 2009

ARM - Ultra Low-Power Physical IP Technology To Drive Next-Generation MCU Devices

ARM has announced the availability of ultra low-power Physical IP libraries to drive the next generation of energy-efficient MCU devices. The ARM 0.18µm ultra low power libraries (uLL), coupled with the inherent power management advantages of the ARM Cortex processor family and the TSMC 0.18µm embedded flash uLL/HDR “high data retention” process provides SoC designers with additional reduction in power leakage up to 10x compared to 0.18um G implementations.
28th July 2009

Keil announces support for the STM32 Connectivity Line

Keil announces support for the STM32 Connectivity Line
Keil has announced immediate support for the STMicroelectronics STM32 Connectivity Line in the Keil MDK-ARM (Microcontroller Development Kit) and RL-ARM (Real-Time Library). Keil has also introduced the new MCBSTM32C evaluation board and starter kit.
13th July 2009


Keil MCB1760 Evaluation Board And Starter Kit For NXPCortex Processor-based Family Released

Keil MCB1760 Evaluation Board And Starter Kit For NXPCortex Processor-based Family Released
Keil has released the MCB1760 evaluation board and starter kit to support the NXP LPC1700 Cortex-M3 processor-based family. The MCB1760 evaluation board features a LPC1768 microcontroller running at up to 100MHz, together with a color QVGA LCD, Ethernet, USB, CAN, SD/MMC card interface, and UARTs.
10th July 2009

Samsung mobile phones to incorporate ARM Mali graphics technology

ARM has announced that Samsung Electronics has licensed its Mali-SVG-t software for use in a wide range of mobile handsets, enabling clear graphical rendering of 2D objects and easy scaling for different display resolutions and zoom factors. Samsung joins a group of leading handset manufacturers who are leveraging ARM Mali hardware and software technology to deliver their next-generation mobile devices.
8th July 2009

MediaTek licenses ARM Mali-400 MP for Low Power High Performance Graphics

ARM announced today that MediaTek Inc, a fabless semiconductor company for wireless communications and digital multimedia solutions, has licensed the ARM Mali-400 MP multicore graphics processing unit for its system-on-chip technology.
7th July 2009

ARM's Technology For LG Electronics Digital TVs

ARM has announced that LG Electronics has licensed ARM technology to power its digital TV development revolution. The ARM11 MPCore multicore processor provides flexible and cost effective processing in next generation DTVs and enables LG Electronics to target a range of platforms with the same architecture simply by implementing single or multiple SMP cores. ARM Mali-200 and Mali-400 MP graphics processors will open the path to true 1080p resolutions, affording consumers a home cinema experience that includes high-definition graphics, whilst vastly improving the browsing experience on DTV user interfaces.
22nd June 2009

GPUs achieve industry firsts with Khronos OpenGL ES 2.0 conformance for 1080P and multicore

ARM Mali graphics processing units (GPUs) demonstrate technology leadership in graphics acceleration through conformance to the Khronos OpenGL ES 2.0 API with two industry milestones. The Mali-200 graphics processing unit was the first GPU to comply at resolutions up to 1080p in July 2008, and the Mali-400 MP GPU is now the first and only multicore GPU to pass the rigorous tests specified by The Khronos Group.
16th June 2009

Melfas Chooses Arm Cortex-M0 Processor For Capacitive Touch Screen Controllers

ARM and Melfas, a leader in capacitive-sensing touch input solutions, today announced that Melfas has chosen the ARM Cortex-M0 processor and ARM physical IP libraries for their future controller ICs for capacitive touch screen solutions.
10th June 2009

ARM announces support for EEMBC Coremark Benchmark

ARM today announced its support for the new EEMBC (Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium) CoreMark processor benchmark. CoreMark is a synthetic benchmark, but carries out meaningful calculations, and is claimed to be a significant improvement on current Dhrystone benchmarks which is overly dependent on the performance of the C library.
1st June 2009

ARM11 MPCore and Physical IP Provide High-performance Energy-efficient Networking Solution

ARM today announced that Netronome, a leading developer of highly programmable semiconductor products that provide intelligent and secure flow processing for virtualized servers and network equipment, has licensed the ARM11 MPCore multicore processor and a portfolio of ARM Physical IP for incorporation into its NFP-32xx family of Network Flow Processors.
27th May 2009

ARM licenses SecurCoreR SC300T processor to Toshiba

ARM has announced it has licensed the ARM SecurCore SC300 processor to Toshiba Corporation for use in future embedded security applications. The SC300 processor is based upon the popular Cortex-M3 processor “By licensing the ARM SecurCore SC300 processor, we will be able to provide our customers with a range of innovative smartcard IC solutions,” said Tatsuo Noguchi, SoC Technology executive of Semiconductor Company, Toshiba Corporation. “Toshiba plans to combine high performance and low-power 32-bit ARM SecurCore processors with our established capabilities in semiconductors for mobile phone handsets and security systems to deliver the most advanced secure solutions for tomorrow’s applications.”
30th April 2009

Arm And Mindspeed Extend Relationship With Cortex-A9 Processor Agreement

ARM and Mindspeed Technologies today announced that Mindspeed has licensed the ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore processor for use in their next generation, high-performance multiservice networking platforms, designed to support voice and data services across wireline and wireless networks.
22nd April 2009

Arm Claims Industry's Broadest 40nm G Physical IP Platform

ARM has announced the availability of the industry’s most comprehensive IP platform for TSMC’s 40nm G manufacturing process. This latest silicon- validated physical IP from ARM enables cost-effective development of performance driven consumer devices requiring advanced functionality without increasing power consumption. Created for developers looking to advance their designs using the 40nm process, the platform enables higher levels of technology innovation while maintaining power budgets in performance driven consumer devices including disc drives, set-top boxes, mobile computing devices, networking applications, high-definition televisions, and graphic processors.
21st April 2009


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